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1 SUMMERSCAPES Kid s Summer Program Page 38 SUMMER 2015 CLASS SCHEDULE Registration begins June 8 th CREATING SUCCESS: Hope Opportunity Jobs SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE See page 7 for details!

2 Continuing Education Welcome to Fayetteville Technical Community College! You ll see while reading this schedule of course offerings how FTCC is not just a great educational institution it s an open door leading to exciting, diverse opportunities. Whether you pursue goals related to a career or a personal interest, you ll find FTCC s faculty and staff to be the best in serving you and responding to your educational goals. No matter where you are in life, FTCC has something special to offer. Thank you for choosing FTCC! Sincerely, Dr. J. Larry Keen, President There are three ways to register for Continuing Education classes: Online Walk-In Mail-In PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES! Online registration is available for select classes marked with the symbol. See additional instructions on the back cover. CURRENT OFFICE HOURS MONDAY-THURSDAY 7:30am-5:00pm FRIDAY 7:30am-1:00pm *On August 3 the college will return to regular business hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm REGISTRATION/RECORDS OFFICE NEILL A. CURRIE BUILDING HULL ROAD For registration information please call: Continuing Education Departments: Please call the numbers listed below for additional information. Adult High School/HSE Programs GED Testing Business Services Human Resources Development Program (HRD) College and Career Readiness (Basic Skills) Industrial Training Community Services/Extension Education Law Enforcement Training Disability Support Services Online Courses Emergency Medical Services /8469 Registration and Transcripts Emergency Services Training/Spring Lake Small Business Center /8496 Fire/Rescue Training /8429 Page 2

3 Additional Information PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! You may register for Continuing Education classes on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register well before the beginning date of your class. We require pre-registrations to be in a week before the start date (applies to all methods of registration). If you wait, your class may either be full or canceled due to low enrollment. See the back cover for additional registration information. IF YOU REGISTER ONLINE! If you register online, please update your contact information so that we can provide updates or changes (to include cancellations) to you regarding your classes. Go to forms.faytechcc.edu/cedu/ to update your information. A WORD ABOUT WAITING...Have you ever signed up for a class only to find it canceled? Have you later discovered a friend who wanted to take it too, but hadn t registered? Well, here are some ways to help keep your selected class on the schedule. 1. Register early -- do it today! Each class has a minimum required enrollment. Once that number is reached, the class is a go. 2. If you find a class you like, encourage a friend to join you. Sometimes two or three people make the difference between Go or Cancel. 3. So, the word about waiting is DON T! Register NOW, because classes will be canceled if the minimum is not met a week prior to the start date. COURSE START DATES: Continuing Education classes begin in different weeks and months. Check start dates to be sure you won t miss a course. REFUNDS: The refund policy for Fayetteville Technical Community College s Continuing Education Division was established by the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges in Raleigh on October 15, The full refund policy is listed in the NC Administrative Code 23NCAC.2D.0203 (d) Brief Statement of Policy: 1. A pre-registered extension student who officially withdraws from an extension class(es) prior to the first meeting of the class (should be 24 hours prior) will be eligible for a 100 percent refund by completing an official request form. 2. The refund will be 75 percent if requested prior to the 10 percent date of the class(es) meeting. 3. No refunds will be given after 10 percent of class meetings. PARKING: Students enrolled in Continuing Education classes will need a temporary parking decal to park on the Fayetteville campus. These temporary passes are free and are available from the Registration and Records Office in the Neill Currie Building when you pre-register. The pass should be placed on the dashboard of the vehicle. Designated parking for students includes spaces with white lines. If you register online, please request a pass your first day. NOTE: Small children of students are not permitted to sit in on classes, labs, or in the libraries. Children are not to be left unattended anywhere on campus. - HOLIDAYS - JULY 4 (Fayetteville Campus) JULY 4 (Ft. Bragg) Classes will not be held on holidays or the previous Saturday/Sunday when a holiday falls on a Monday (unless informed otherwise). Continuing Education Gift Certificates Available Now! Give the gift of education! Your gift can open the door to someone learning a new language, hobby, or even a career! Call us at for more information or visit us at the Neill Currie building to purchase your gift today! WOULD YOU LIKE TO TEACH FOR US? The Continuing Education Division is seeking instructors for various areas. For more information or to apply, please visit the FTCC website at and click on Employment, then Pool Positions. Areas we particularly need instructors: Computer Technician Computer Programmer Cooking Effective Teaching Training EMS Esthetics Gardening/Landscaping HVAC Phlebotomy Piano Self-Enrichment Spanish Page 3

4 Page 4 INDEX BY DEPARTMENT ACADEMIC/TEST PREP...29 ANIMAL RELATED...29 ART...30 AUTOMOTIVE/MOTORCYCLE...8 AVIATION...9 BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION...9 BUSINESS...10 COMMERCIAL SEWING...12 COMMUNICATIONS...12 COMPENSATORY EDUCATION...52 COMPUTER EDUCATION...12 COOKING...31 COSMETIC ARTS...13 CRAFTS...32 EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING...14 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE...51 FINANCIAL PLANNING...32 FLORAL/GARDENING/LANDSCAPING...32 FOREIGN LANGUAGE...15 FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY...33 HANDGUN TRAINING...34 HEALTHCARE/MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINING...16 HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY/ADULT HIGH SCHOOL...50 HOME IMPROVEMENT...34 HOSPITALITY SERVICES-HOTEL/RESTAURANT...17 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT...18 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING...18 MOTORCYCLE SAFETY...34 MUSIC...35 NEEDLECRAFTS AND SEWING...35 ONLINE COURSES...19 PERSONAL INTEREST/VOLUNTEER TRAINING...35 PHOTOGRAPHY...36 RECREATION...37 SIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING SUMMERSCAPES...38 TEACHER RENEWAL COURSES...58 TEACHER TRAINING...27 WEDDING/EVENT PLANNING...27 GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATIONS; INFORMATION AND MAP...6 REGISTRATION INFORMATION...60 INDEX BY COURSE TITLE 2D Animation for Beginners (Ages 12-16) NEW! D Animation for Beginners, Part I (Ages 12-16) NEW! D Animation for Beginners, Part II (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 A Bevy of Bracelets...30 Accounting Clerk, Part I Online...19 Accounting Clerk, Part II Online...19 A+ Certification: Hardware (Basic)...21 Administrative Assistant, Part I Online...19 Administrative Assistant, Part II Online...19 Administrative Medical Office Essentials...16 Advanced 3D Animation: Character Posing and Lip Synching (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Advanced 3D Animation: Rendering Realism (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Advanced 3D Animation: Walk and Run Cycles (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 All About Quilting...35 All Mixed Up (Ages 12-16) NEW!...39 Arabic (Beginning)...15 Art of Basket Weaving...32 Assisting in the Pharmacy...16 A to Z Grantwriting...19 Auto Dealer s 12-Hour Pre-Licensing Course...8 Auto Dealer s Training...8 Ballet (Ages 8-10) NEW!...41 Ballet (Ages 11-13) NEW!...41 Bank/Credit Union Teller Training...10 Barber Training I...13 Bartender Training I...17 Basic Anatomy & Physiology Online...14 Basic Electrical Wiring (Residential)...9 Basic Game Programming with Python, Part I (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Basic Game Programming with Python, Part II (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Basic Keyboarding Skills...11 Beauty of Flower Painting...30 Become an Optical Assistant Online...22 Become a Physical Therapy Aide Online...21 Table of Contents Budgeting for College (Ages 16-18)...43 Build Your Own Computer (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Business Round Table Chat for Food Business Owners...11 Cabinetry Woodwork Staining and Painting II...9 CAD Too Complicated? Give SketchUp a Try!...9 Cake Decorating: Quick & Easy...31 Calligraphy Canvas Camp (Ages 10-15)...39 Career Planning (Ages 8-10) NEW!...43 Career Planning (Ages 12-15) NEW!...43 Cartoon Drawing (Ages 10-15)...39 CATV Communications/Cabling...12 Certified Nursing Assistant I...14 Certified Nursing Assistant II...14 Certified Personal Trainer...16 Chef for a Day (Ages 8-13)...40 Circuits and Controls...10 Color Theory NEW!...30 Community Emergency Response Team...35 CompTIA Network CompTIA Security Computer Technician Online...21 Container Gardening...32 Corporate and Social Event Planning...27 Couponing CPR for Babysitters...43 CPR - Healthcare Provider...14 Crazy for Dance (Ages 10-15) NEW!...41 CRC: Career Readiness Certificate Employability Lab with KeyTrain...18 Creating Web Pages...21 Creative Cupcakes (Ages 10-15)...40 Creative Photography...36 Creative Writing...29 Creative Writing (Ages 12-15)...38 Crime Busters: Forensics (Rising 7th-9th Graders)...43 Crocheting for Kids (Ages 11-15) NEW!...44 Culinary Skills (Ages 13-16) NEW!...40 Customer Service Representative Online...20 Dating 101 NEW!...36 Dating 101 (Ages 13-16) NEW!...43 Decorative Painting (Ages 10-15)...39 Digital Music Mixing (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Digital Photography (Ages 12-15)...42 Digital Photography Fundamentals...36 Discover Digital Photography...25 Drama Camp (Rising 4th-8th Graders) NEW!...42 Drawing 101 (Ages 10-15)...39 Drawing 101 (Ages 13-16) NEW!...39 Drawing in Photoshop: Cartoon Characters (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 ECG Monitor Technician...16 Effective Teaching Training for Substitutes and Teacher Assistants...27 Egg-ceptional Breakfast (Ages 8-13)...40 EKG Technician...16 Electrical Contractor s License Renewal Preparation Unit Electrical Contractor s License Renewal Preparation Unit Electronic Health Records Office Professional Online...22 EMT-Basic (National Registry)...15 EMT-Basic (State of NC)...15 Enhancing Your Event Planning Business NEW!...27 E-Notary Public...10 EPA Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Certification...10 Etiquette 101 (Ages 8-12) NEW!...43 Exploring Business Ownership and Franchising...11 Floor Covering and Tile Installation...34 Floral Arranging Workshop NEW!...32 FTCC Online Accounting Clerk...20 FTCC Online Administrative Office Assistant...20 FTCC Online Customer Service Representative...20 FTCC Online Medical Administrative Assistant...22 FTCC Online Medical Billing...22 FTCC Online Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part I...22 FTCC Online Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part II...22 FTCC Online Records Clerk...20 Fundamentals for Forklift Driver...18 Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors, Part I...17 Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors, Part II...17 Furniture Upholstery (Beginning)...33 Furniture Upholstery (Intermediate)...33 Golf 101 (Ages 8-11)...42 Golf 101 (Ages 12-15)...43 Got Money? Financial Planning (Ages 10-15)...43 Grammar Refresher...29 Grammar Refresher Online...25

5 GRE Preparation I (Verbal and Analytical)...26 GRE Preparation II (Quantitative)...26 Ground School for Pilots, Part I...9 Group Piano (Ages 9-11) NEW!...42 Group Piano (Ages 12-15) NEW!...42 Grow What You Eat...33 Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement...25 Guitar (Ages 12-15)...42 Health Information Technology, Part I...22 Health Information Technology, Part II...23 How to Become a Substance Abuse Counselor...17 How to Do Business with the City of Fayetteville...11 How to Prepare a Business Plan...11 How to Start a Business...11 Human Anatomy and Physiology...23 Hybrid EMT-Intermediate Paramedic Initial (A)...15 Hybrid EMT-Intermediate Paramedic Initial (B)...15 ICD-10 Fast Track for Professional Coders Online...23 If I Had a Hammer: Intro to Jewelry Metalsmithing...30 Industrial Sewing Machine Operator...12 Integrating Technology in the Classroom...25 Intellectual Property Law for Small Business...11 Introduction to Greenhouses...33 Introduction to Investing...32 Introduction to Machining, Part I...18 Introduction to Maya: 3D Modeling, Part I (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Introduction to Maya: 3D Modeling, Part II (Ages 12-16) NEW!...45 Introduction to Photoshop (Ages 12-16)...45 Jazz (Ages 8-10) NEW!...41 Jazz (Ages 11-13) NEW!...41 Jewelry Making and Silversmithing...30 Job Search Basics...18 Kid s Yoga (Ages 8-11)...43 Knitting & Crocheting (Beginning/Intermediate)...35 Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting Course (RRP)...9 Making a Game with GameMaker (Ages 12-16)...46 Manicuring and Nail Technology...14 Math Refresher (Ages 8-10)...38 Math Refresher (Ages 11-13)...38 Medical Billing (Intermediate) Online...23 Medical Coding Certification Exam Preparation...23 Medical ICD-10 Coding, Part II Online...23 Medical Inpatient & Outpatient Coding, Part I Online...24 Medical Inpatient & Outpatient Coding, Part II Online...24 Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach...24 Medical Transcription Editor, Part I Online...24 Medical Transcription Editor, Part II Online...24 Microsoft Excel Level I...12 Microsoft Excel Level II...12 Microsoft Windows 7 Level I...13 Microsoft Windows 7 Level II...13 Minor Home Repair...34 Minor Home Repair (Intermediate)...34 Modern Office Software (Windows, Word, and Excel)...13 Mosaic Art (Ages 10-13) NEW!...40 Motion Capture for Beginners (Ages 12-16) NEW!...46 Motorcycle: Basic Rider Course...34 Motorcycle Repair & Maintenance...8 Multi-Cultural Arts (Ages 8-13)...40 Musical Theater Dance (Ages 8-11) NEW!...41 Musical Theater Dance (Ages 12-15) NEW!...42 Natural Hair Care...14 Networking (Introduction)...21 NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace...18 North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun Training...34 Notary Public...10 Nutrition & Cooking (Ages 10-15)...40 OBD2 Emissions Inspection...8 OBD2 Emissions Inspection Recertification...8 Office Clerk Online...20 One Million Cups...11 Organic Gardening...33 OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety Course...18 OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Course...18 Painting Animals and Landscapes in Mixed Media...30 Pastabilities (Ages 10-15)...41 Pet Grooming & Easy Maintenance...29 Pet Responsibility (Ages 8-10) NEW!...43 Pet Responsibility (Ages 11-13) NEW!...44 Phlebotomy...15 Photography for Professionals...36 Photography for Professionals (Intermediate)...36 Photoshop (Beginning/Intermediate)...36 Physiology, Anatomy, and Pharmacology of Substance Abuse...17 Piano (Beginning)...35 Pixie Gardens (Ages 10-13) NEW!...42 Pizza Party! (Ages 10-15)...41 Potters Night...30 Pottery (Beginning)...30 Pottery (Beginning/Intermediate)...31 Pottery (Intermediate)...31 Puzzles Galore! (Ages 8-10)...44 Quilting Quilting for Kids (Ages 10-15) NEW!...44 Quilting from Start to Finish...35 Rape Crisis Sensitivity...36 Reading Camp (Rising 1st and 2nd Graders)...38 Reading Camp (Rising 3rd and 4th Graders)...38 Reading Camp (Rising 5th and 6th Graders)...38 Registered Medical Assistant I...16 Roadside Survival...36 Roadside Survival for Teenage Drivers (Ages 15-17) NEW!...44 Rockin Morroccan NEW!...31 Sanitation for Food Service...17 Say It with Authority: Public Speaking (Ages 13-17)...39 Sculpture (Ages 8-12)...40 Self-Defense...37 Servsafe Food Safety Training...17 Sew Cool! A Class for Girls and Dolls (Ages 9-11) NEW!...44 Sewing 101 (Ages 10-12)...44 Sewing 101 (Ages 13-15)...44 Sewing I...35 Sign Language (Ages 8-11)...39 Sign Language I...27 Sign Language II...27 Singapore Math: Model Drawing for Grades SketchUp Training...10 Skiptracing...27 Small Business Web Design...12 Small Gas Engine Repair...8 Social Security Retirement Seminar...32 Social Services Careers...10 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems...26 Spanish (Ages 8-12)...39 Spanish (Ages 12-16) NEW!...39 Spanish (Beginning)...16 Spanish (Intermediate)...16 Speed Spanish I...25 Stained Glass I & II...32 Stock Market Basics...32 Struggling Readers (Grades 1-2)...39 Substance Abuse Counselors State Board Exam Preparation...17 Summer Potted Plants (Ages 8-11) NEW!...42 Summer Salads N Such...31 Supervision and Management, Fundamentals...20 Survival Kit for New Teachers...26 Sweet Treats (Ages 10-15)...41 Teaching Preschool: A Year of Inspiring Lessons...26 Techniques and Resolutions in Metalsmithing...31 Teen Yoga (Ages 12-15)...43 The Knead for Bread (Ages 10-12)...41 Unreal Boot Camp (Ages 12-16) NEW!...46 Vegetable Gardening in the Sandhills...33 Vehicle Safety Inspection...9 Watercolor (Ages 12-15)...40 Watercolor (Beginning/Intermediate)...31 Wedding & Event Planning: Part I...28 Welding Technology (Industrial)...19 Welding Technology (Mig, Tig, Stick & Oxyacetylene)...19 Wills and Trusts...32 Wine Appreciation...31 Working in the Pharmacy Online...24 Wreaths and More NEW!...33 Yoga (Beginning)...37 Young Picasso (Ages 8-12)...40 Youth Entrepreneurship Camp...12 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS ON COLLEGES Fayetteville Technical Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of Fayetteville Technical Community College. Page 5

6 LOCATION INDEX Location Abbreviation Address City Phone # Bordeaux Library BOLI 3711 Village Drive Fayetteville Center for Business and Industry CBI Fayetteville Campus, 2723 Ft. Bragg Road Fayetteville Center of Empowerment and Economic Development CEED 230 Hay Street Fayetteville Cheryl's Best Friends Dog Salon CBF 101 S. Reilly Road, Suite G Fayetteville / Cliffdale Library CRBL 6882 Cliffdale Road Fayetteville Cliffdale Park CDPK 2nd Fl, 6415 Brookstone Lane Fayetteville Continuing Education Center CEC Fayetteville Campus, Hull Road Fayetteville Douglas Byrd High School DBHS 1624 Ireland Drive Fayetteville Ft. Bragg Soldier Development Center FB SDC Armistead Street, Building Ft. Bragg Headquarters Library HBL 300 Maiden Lane Fayetteville /8496 Horticulture Educational Center HEC 670 N. Eastern Boulevard Fayetteville / Institute for Career Development (classroom building in parking lot) ICD 5411 Ramsey Street Fayetteville Loving Stitches LVS 7076 Ramsey Street Fayetteville / Mototech Performance MOTO 237 Tolar Street Fayetteville / Sherefé Restaurant 114 Gillespie Street Fayetteville Skyview on Hay SVOH 121 Hay Street Fayetteville Spring Lake Campus SLC 171 Laketree Boulevard Spring Lake Tallywood Annex TALLY 235 Tallywood Shopping Center Fayetteville The Range Complex TRC 2850 TigerSwan Drive Autryville / The Re-Store Warehouse RSW 205 Forsythe Street Fayetteville / The Studio 5458 Trade Street Hope Mills The Wine Café TWF 108 Hay Street Fayetteville / West Regional Library WRBL 7469 Century Circle Fayetteville Page 6 Some Continuing Education classes are also offered at other locations.

7 Administrative Medical Office Essentials Barber Training I CATV Communications/Cabling Certified Nursing Assistant II (July class) Certified Personal Trainer EMT-Paramedic Initial (B) -*Register for Part (A) & get Part (B) for FREE! GED Test Registration Fee Waiver Manicuring Professional Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) For scholarship information about the following online classes call or visit Accounting Clerk Administrative Office Assistant Computer Technician Customer Service Representative Electronic Health Records Office Professional Health Information Technology, Part I ICD-10 Fast-Track for Professional Coders Medical Administrative Assistant Medical Billing (Intermediate) Medical ICD-10 Coding I Medical Inpatient & Outpatient Coding I Medical Transcription Editor I Records Clerk Working in the Pharmacy Policy on the Notice of the Annual Security Report Availability Fayetteville Technical Community College s annual security report is available on the FTCC website. This report is required by federal law and contains policy statements and crime statistics for the College. The policy statement addresses the school s policies, procedures and programs concerning safety and security, for example, policies for responding to emergency situations and sexual offenses. Three years worth of statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported and occurred on College property, in or on off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the College and on public property immediately adjacent to one of the campuses. This report is available online at This Annual Security Report can also be accessed by clicking on the Campus Safety and Security link under Quick Links at the FTCC Webpage or go to the click on Security at the bottom of the page, then click on the Annual Campus Crime Report. You may also request a paper copy from the Public Safety & Security Department located in the General Classroom Building, Room 102. Page 7

8 CAREER/JOB TRAINING The courses included in this section will provide you with training to upgrade your work skills or qualifications and assist you in preparing for a new career. AUTOMOTIVE/MOTORCYCLE AUTO DEALER S 12-HOUR PRE-LICENSING COURSE This course provides prospective auto dealers with the 12 hours of authorized pre-licensing training required by the Department of Motor Vehicles to be licensed as a North Carolina independent auto dealer. Topics include dealer laws and regulations, DMV regulations, federal laws and rules, and proper recordkeeping. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Course workbook is included in the registration fee. Instructor: Dennis Mauk M&T 8:30am-3:30pm Aug 10-Aug 11 Fee: $ hrs CEC 118 AUTO DEALER S TRAINING All auto dealers (under the age of 65) are required to attend this training in order to renew their license. The law requires that the person whose name is on your auto dealer s license must attend this training, although it would be helpful for anyone working in independent auto sales to attend. Failure to attend and complete this six-hour requirement will result in a revocation of your dealer license. The intent of this training is to provide annual updates to all independent dealers on contemporary issues. At the conclusion of this class, you will receive a certificate of completion. In addition, the names of those who complete the class, the dealer s name, dealership s name and address, and the dealer s license number will be sent to DMV for their database. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Dennis Mauk W 8:30am-3:30pm Aug 12 Fee: $75 6 hrs CEC 143 MOTORCYCLE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE With the popularity of motorcycles and ATVs comes the opportunity for a career in motorcycle repair and maintenance. Maybe you already have some automotive repair experience and want to see if this is something that might interest you. Join us and learn what s really going on inside two-and four-stroke engines, calibration and synchronization of carburetors, braking system safety and maintenance, what to do when the lights and power fails, repair of frame and suspension, and which oils are best at preventing damage. This course is also open to those who own a motorcycle or are considering buying one and want to learn how to do some of their own repair and maintenance. NOTE: Students will need to bring their own motorcycle or ATV four-wheeler after the first class. With questions, please contact the instructor at Instructor: Miguel Flores Th 6:00pm-9:30pm Jul 23-Aug 27 Fee: $70 21 hrs MOTO OBD2 EMISSIONS INSPECTION This course will certify vehicle emissions inspectors in accordance with the NC Department of Transportation laws. Textbook provided in class. Students will need to know their Inspection Station Number and have a Valid North Carolina Driver s License when completing paperwork in class; also, students will need to go to the following link, print a copy of the LT-310 form, have the shop owner, partner, or officer sign and date and bring with you on the first day of class: https://connect.ncdot.gov/business/dmv/pages/inspection-stations.aspx. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: TBA Please call for schedule information. Fee: $65 OBD2 EMISSIONS INSPECTION RECERTIFICATION OBD2 inspectors are certified for two years. This four-hour recertification course is a state requirement for mechanics certified in Students will need to know their Inspection Station Number and have a Valid North Carolina Driver s License when completing paperwork in class; also, students will need to go to the following link, print a copy of the LT-310 form, have the shop owner, partner, or officer sign and date and bring with you on the first day of class: https://connect.ncdot.gov/business/dmv/pages/inspection-stations.aspx. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: TBA Please call for schedule information. Fee: $65 SMALL GAS ENGINE REPAIR Have you ever wanted to learn how to service and repair various types of engines? From lawn mowers to two and four-cylinder engines, students will learn the basics and some intermediate level repairs. This is an excellent course for those training to work in the small engine mechanic industry. Supplies: Students may need to purchase basic hand tools if they do not have what is necessary at home. A list of tools will be provided the first day. Call with questions regarding supplies. Instructor: Willie Simpson W 6:00pm-10:00pm Jul 08-Aug 26 Fee: $ hrs ICD Sat 9:00am-1:00pm Jul 11-Aug 29 Fee: $ hrs ICD Page 8

9 VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION This course will certify vehicle safety inspectors in accordance with the NC Department of Transportation laws. Students will need to know their Inspection Station Number and have a Valid North Carolina Driver s License when completing paperwork in class; also, students will need to go to the following link, print a copy of the LT-310 form, have the shop owner, partner, or officer sign and date and bring with you on the first day of class: https://connect.ncdot.gov/business/dmv/pages/inspection-stations.aspx. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: TBA Please call for schedule information. Fee: $65 AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL FOR PILOTS, PART I Have you always wanted to become a pilot but didn t know how to get started? Begin with the ground instruction taught by a Certified Flight Instructor. This will prepare you to take the FAA written exam. Topics will include aerodynamics, aircraft systems, flight planning, navigation, weather and communication. Kit Required: Please call (910) for information regarding the approved kit for the FTCC class. Instructor: Provided by All American Aviation T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 07-Aug 25 Fee: $70 24 hrs HTC 233 BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION BASIC ELECTRICAL WIRING (RESIDENTIAL) This course will provide an overview of electrical wiring techniques and is suitable for students with no prior knowledge of electrical theory or installation. While electrical fundamentals such as Ohm s law will be examined, emphasis will be placed on the design and installation of residential electrical systems. Topics will include an overview of home electrical systems, circuit design, electrical tools and test equipment, cable and wire types, calculation of circuit capacity, mapping and tracing circuits, troubleshooting, and electrical inspections. This course provides hands-on training. Instructor: William Rinehart M&W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 14-Aug 06 Fee: $70 24 hrs LAH 147 M&W 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 11-Sep 03 Fee: $70 24 hrs LAH 147 CABINETRY WOODWORK STAINING AND PAINTING II This course will focus on the development of skills necessary to finish wooden cabinets using stains and paints. Topics to be covered will be preparation of wooden surfaces, choosing a wood finish, stains and dyes, filling nail holes, and application tools. This course provides hands-on-training. Instructor: Boyd Sprague Sat 8:30am-12:30pm Jul 11-Sep 19 Fee $ hrs Workshop CAD TOO COMPLICATED? GIVE SKETCHUP A TRY! Ever tried to work with CAD but found it too cumbersome and highly expensive? Don t frustrate yourself or pay anymore for expensive software upgrades SketchUp is here! SketchUp is a 3D modeling software that can be used by anyone and everyone! Use it to draw the plans to update your home kitchen or professional contractors can use it to draw plans for entire buildings. During this seminar your instructor will demonstrate the vast potential of SketchUp and the simplicity of the software, while also demonstrating how SketchUp can be used in conjunction with or as a separate CAD system. This seminar is an introduction to the full SketchUp course (see page 10). This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Keith Mengle T 6:00pm-8:00pm Jul 07 Fee: $20 2 hrs CEC 118 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Aug 25 Fee: $20 2 hrs CEC 133 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR S LICENSE RENEWAL PREPARATION UNIT 1 Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. It will also provide information on electrical installation requirements, grounded conductors identification and use, branch and feeder circuits, branch feeders and service calculations, and outside circuits. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book. Instructor: Frank Arnold Sat 8:00am-5:00pm Jul 18 Fee: $60 8 hrs CBI 111 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR S LICENSE RENEWAL PREPARATION UNIT 2 Electrical contractors are required to complete eight (8) contact hours of continuing education per year to be eligible for relicensing. This course will provide contractors with updated information on the changes in the National Electric Code, the NC Electric Code, and local utility company requirements. This course will also provide the necessary information on wiring methods, materials, and equipment for general use. This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. NOTE: Please bring calculator and current NEC book. Instructor: Frank Arnold Sat 8:00am-5:00pm Aug 22 Fee: $60 8 hrs CBI 111 LEAD-BASED PAINT RENOVATION, REPAIR, AND PAINTING COURSE (RRP) This course is tailored to provide students with knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the work performed in target housing, child care facilities, and pre-1978 buildings in accordance with 40 CFR Part 745. The course will include proper methods of safety and warning signs, disposal of contaminants, clean-up and proper actions, in the containment area. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does apply. Instructor: Bill Rinehart Th 8:00am-5:00pm Jun 11 Fee: $100 8 hrs LAH 147 Th 8:00am-5:00pm Aug 13 Fee: $100 8 hrs LAH 147 PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 9

10 SKETCHUP TRAINING SketchUp is a 3D modeling software that can be used by anyone and everyone to remodel your home kitchen or plan the layout for entire buildings! During this course, students will learn the essentials of Trimble s SketchUp ; to include creating 2D and 3D drawings, drawings to scale, photo-realistic renderings, import and export files to other CAD programs, geo-locate models to Google Earth, download existing models and components from the 3D Warehouse, use photos to create a 3D model, work with text and dimensions, use/create contours for landscapes, create section planes, basic animation/model walk-throughs, and model presentations. Supplies: Students will need to bring a laptop to download the SketchUp software. Textbook Requirement: Students will need to purchase the text, SketchUp 2015 Student Coursebook PDF for $35, ISBN: Use the discount code FTCC to receive the book for $35. Copies are available for purchase at This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Keith Mengle Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 16-Sep 03 Fee: $75 24 hrs CEC 133 AC/HVAC/REFRIGERATION CIRCUITS AND CONTROLS This course provides a simple and accurate understanding of electrical energy fundamentals used in HVAC. Electrical circuit theory, electrical circuit components, wiring systems, and the troubleshooting of circuits and controls in heating and cooling equipment will be the focus of this course. Instructor: Frank Arnold M&W 6:00pm-8:30pm Jul 13-Sep 21 Fee $ hrs CBI 124 EPA REFRIGERANT RECOVERY/RECYCLING CERTIFICATION This course is designed to prepare technicians for the CFC Recovery/Recycling Certification examination given on the last class date. The course will include a core materials component for small appliance technicians. Further, the characteristics of refrigerants used for short-term, long-term, high, medium, and low-pressure applications will also be covered. The NC State Board of Refrigeration charges $25 for the exam that is given the last day of class. Instructor: Mike Thompson Sat 9:00am-1:00pm Jul 18-Aug 01 Fee: $70 12 hrs CBI 124 Sat 9:00am-1:00pm Aug 15-Aug 29 Fee: $70 12 hrs CBI 124 BUSINESS SOCIAL SERVICES CAREERS Looking for a new job in a fast-paced work environment that offers opportunities to enhance the lives of families? Individuals interested in a career in this challenging and rewarding field of human services now have an exciting training opportunity available through CC Department of Social Services and FTCC. Content includes an introduction to social services, the role of federal and state government, eligibility criteria, state policies, terminology, financial computations, and agency visitation. Instructor: Shirley Harris T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 14-Aug 06 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 122 BANKING BANK/CREDIT UNION TELLER TRAINING This course will enable the student to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become employed as an entry-level teller or a customer service representative. Topics to be covered are banking history, teller operations, customer relations, security, credit applications, credit ratings, and collecting accounts. Instructor: Phyllis Sneed T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 14-Aug 06 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 126 NOTARY PUBLIC E-NOTARY PUBLIC This course is required for anyone interested in registering as an Electronic Notary Public for the first time. All students MUST be currently commissioned as a Notary Public in North Carolina to attend this class. NOTE: The current edition of the E-Notary Manual is required for admittance to the class and can be purchased at the FTCC bookstore. It is strongly recommended that you study the guidebook prior to class attendance to be better prepared for the state examination given at the end of the class. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. PREREQUISITE: Students must provide current Notary Public Commission number and current state or federal picture identification for admission to class. The active duty military and civilian ID cards DO NOT meet the identification requirement. The ID must be a valid ID with a picture of the face and either signature of physical descriptors or both. Instructor: Mike Brown W 5:30pm-9:30pm Jul 08 Fee: $50 4 hrs CBI 134 NOTARY PUBLIC This course is required for anyone interested in becoming a Notary Public for the first time. It is recommended for all notaries as a refresher course. NOTE: The current edition of the Notary Public Guide Book for North Carolina is required for admittance to the class and can be purchased at the FTCC bookstore. It is strongly recommended that you study the guidebook prior to class attendance to be better prepared for the state examination given at the end of the class. NCGS 10B-5(b) provides the following requirements to be commissioned as a Notary Public in NC: 1) Be at least 18 years of age or legally emancipated as defined in Article 35 of Chapter7B of the General Statutes; 2) Reside or have a regular place of work or business in this State; 3) Reside legally in the United States; 4) Speak, read, and write in the English language; 5) Possess a high school diploma or equivalent; 6) Pass the course of instruction described in this Article, unless the person is a licensed member of the North Carolina State Bar; 7) Purchase and keep as a reference the most recent manual approved by the Secretary that describes the duties and authority of notaries public; 8) Submit an application containing no significant misstatement or omission of fact. If you have questions about your being commissioned as a notary in North Carolina, please call the Secretary of State Notary Public Section at before you register for the class to have your questions answered. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. PREREQUISITE: Students must provide current state or federal picture identification for admission to class. The active duty military and civilian ID cards DO NOT meet the identification requirement. The ID must be a valid ID with a picture of the face and either signature of physical descriptors or both. Page 10

11 Instructor: Mike Brown W 8:30am-4:30pm Jul 08 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 W 8:30am-4:30pm Jul 22 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 W 8:30am-4:30pm Aug 05 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 W 8:30am-4:30pm Aug 19 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 Instructor: Bret Kane M&W 6:00pm-9:30pm Jul 20-Jul 22 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 M&W 6:00pm-9:30pm Aug 17-Aug 19 Fee: $50 7 hrs CBI 111 OFFICE SKILLS BASIC KEYBOARDING SKILLS Familiarity with and ease in using a computer keyboard is the basic skill for anyone interested in learning to use a computer or entering the job market for office personnel. If you don t know how to type, if you get by using the two fingers hunt and peck method, this course is your starting point. Topics include computer keyboarding skills, refinement drills, timed writing, and proofreading techniques. Join us and develop the most basic of office skills. CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED BECAUSE OF THE NUM- BER OF AVAILABLE COMPUTERS. RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. Instructor: Sheila Goins M-Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 06-Jul 30 Fee: $ hrs CBI 123 M-Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 03-Aug 27 Fee: $ hrs CBI 123 SMALL BUSINESS CENTER To register for Small Business Seminars please go to: OR call: /8462 BUSINESS ROUND TABLE CHAT FOR FOOD BUSINESS OWNERS Studies have shown that businesses thrive and excel from networking and learning from our peers. In this session business owners learn best practices and share their secret sauce of success to operate their business more efficiently and effectively. Presenter: FTCC/CEED T 8:30am-9:30am Jul 28 Fee: FREE 1 hr CBI 134 EXPLORING BUSINESS OWNERSHIP AND FRANCHISING Have you ever considered starting your own business, but don t know what or how? That s not surprising. More than 75% of Americans would like to be self-employed, but rarely 5% pursue those dreams. For the rest, misinformation and myths often get in the way. Here s a chance to gain an understanding of business ownership and learn about the opportunities that are available. Instructor: Terence West M 6:00pm-8:00pm Jul 20 Fee: FREE 2 hrs CBI 129 HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE Looking for an opportunity to contract with the City of Fayetteville? Attend this seminar and learn about the process and whether certifications would be helpful in your journey of doing business with the local government. Which certifications are right for your business? Attend this seminar and learn how to get certified and why it matters. Instructor: Mark Cannady M 6:00pm-7:30pm Aug 17 Fee: FREE 1.5 hrs CBI 129 HOW TO PREPARE A BUSINESS PLAN This seminar will introduce you to the components of a business plan. Topics include the executive summary, products and services, marketing, and financials and operations. If you want to borrow money for your business, most lenders will insist that you present a business plan. If you don t need outside funding to start your business, having a well-written business plan can increase your chances of survival in today s tough business climate. Instructor: NC CEED T 10:00am-12:00N Aug 11 Fee: FREE 2 hrs Cliffdale Library HOW TO START A BUSINESS Do you have a good idea for a business, but don t know where to start? What does it take to be an entrepreneur and who can be one? Join this seminar and find out! Topics covered include products/services, basics of ownership structure, business plan, financial statements, and much more. Instructor: CEED M 10:00am-12:00N Jul 07 Fee: FREE 2 hrs Cliffdale Library INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW FOR SMALL BUSINESS Do you have a logo? - A Slogan? - Website? - Original artwork? - Secret recipe? Did you write a book or develop a new product? Then come to this seminar and learn about the crucial points of protecting a business or an organization s valuable intangible assets through basic information about copyrights, patents, trademarks and trade secrets. Instructor: NC LEAP Dan Decker W 6:00pm-8:00pm Jul 08 Fee: FREE 2 hrs CBI 129 ONE MILLION CUPS 1 Million Cups (1MC) is a simple way to engage entrepreneurs in communities around the world. Each Wednesday from 9-10am the 1MC program offers two local entrepreneurs an opportunity to present their startups to a diverse audience of mentors, advisors, and entrepreneurs. Presenters prepare a 6 minute educational presentation and engage in 20 minutes of feedback and questioning after they present. Entrepreneurs gain insight into possible ways they can improve their businesses, gather real-time feedback, and connect with a community that truly cares about their progress and walk away feeling like they have advanced their business. The audience also learns a great deal from the presentations. Whether this is through passively listening or deeply engaging with the entrepreneurs, there is much to learn every week from these dynamic and diverse communities. For more information please go to the SBC website at W 9:00am-10:00am Every Wednesday Fee: FREE 1 hr GCB 221 PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 11

12 SMALL BUSINESS WEB DESIGN This is the perfect seminar for entrepreneurs without formal website design experience. Participants will learn the basic principles of good website design such as page layouts, color palettes, content and images. They will also learn about online visitor behavior, how to craft effective keywords for search engines and how to produce powerful calls to action. Participants will then learn how to pull it all together to create a powerful, professional website. We will introduce the various programs available to get your website up and running, examine free and low-cost tools to make even the smallest site look extremely professional and always ready for business. Instructor: Ashley Thompson. M 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 31 Fee: FREE 3 hrs CBI 129 YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMP Camp is open to rising 7th through rising 9th graders. In an atmosphere that promotes fun while learning, camp participants will be introduced to entrepreneurship as a viable career option. Young minds will learn to identify opportunities for small business ventures in their community. Camp goals include: gain understanding of entrepreneurship as a viable career option; learn, work and cooperate in groups; develop critical thinking and life skills; develop leadership abilities and skills; meet and learn from successful entrepreneurs; learn how technology can be used in small business. Registration Fee ($50) includes camp shirt and snacks/lunch each day. For more information call or Deadline for registration is Monday, July 27! M-F 8:30am-3:00pm Aug 03-Aug 07 Fee: $50 CBI 129 COMMERCIAL SEWING INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR Many people do not think of sewing as an occupation, but this field is increasing in job opportunities. If you are interested in seeking employment as a seamstress using an industrial sewing machine, or you need to continue practicing your skills, this is the course you need to gain the appropriate training. During this course, you will learn basic and some intermediate-level techniques for operating high-speed, industrial sewing machines that are used in the production of clothing, parachutes, tents, boat sails, as well as furniture upholstery, drapery, bedding, and other heavy duty fabrics. While basic sewing skills is a plus, it is not necessary, as you will be given an introduction to the sewing machine and the function of the parts, care and maintenance of the machines, basic operating procedures including threading, stitching on heavyweight fabrics, sewing techniques used in apparel production, and quality control. Your instructor has many years experience working in the sewing industry including military contract work. This course is ideal for those novice operators seeking further training. Supplies: Please bring the following tools with you to class: tape measure, fabric scissors, needle-nosed pliers, wire cutters, upholstery nail remover, and tack remover. NOTE: Students may need to bring some supplies based on their desired project; however, these are not required if you wish to practice on fabrics. Please contact the instructor with questions by calling Instructor: Milagros Whitted M&W 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 03-Aug 26 Fee: $70 24 hrs RSW COMMUNICATIONS CATV COMMUNICATIONS/CABLING Gain the skills necessary for high paying positions in this area and throughout the US. This twelve-week course will provide students with the technical skills used to construct, design, troubleshoot, and maintain CATV-Systems. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be provided with job placement assistance. Students are required to purchase accident insurance in the amount of $2 which is payable at the time of registration. OSHA approved climbing boots are required; approximate cost is $120. For more information, call Mike Gaster, Please call for scholarship information. Instructor: Mike Gaster M-Th 7:00am-4:00pm Jul 06-Sep 24 *Fee: $ hrs CBI 125 COMPUTER EDUCATION CAD TOO COMPLICATED? GIVE SKETCHUP A TRY! Ever tried to work with CAD but found it too cumbersome and highly expensive? Don t frustrate yourself or pay anymore for expensive software upgrades SketchUp is here! SketchUp is a 3D modeling software that can be used by anyone and everyone! Use it to draw the plans to update your home kitchen or professional contractors can use it to draw plans for entire buildings. During this seminar your instructor will demonstrate the vast potential of SketchUp and the simplicity of the software, while also demonstrating how SketchUp can be used in conjunction with or as a separate CAD system. This seminar is an introduction to the full SketchUp course (see page 13). This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Keith Mengle T 6:00pm-8:00pm Jul 07 Fee: $20 2 hrs CEC 118 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Aug 25 Fee: $20 2 hrs CEC 133 MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL I This course introduces students to the essentials of Microsoft Excel. Students will be able to create simple spreadsheets, including editing, formatting, and printing. It is intended for people with little or no background in spreadsheets. Simple formulas and introductory data handling are covered. NOT FOR PEOPLE NEW TO WINDOWS. RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. PREREQUISITE: At least three months experience using Windows or a full course in Windows Instructor: Boni Mays Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 09-Aug 27 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 108B MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL II This course picks up where Microsoft Excel Level I ended with more in-depth use of formulas, data handling, and the use of multiple sheets. More in-depth coverage of charts, data formatting, and reporting is covered. MUST HAVE A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF INTRODUCTORY EXCEL. It is highly recommended to take Excel Level I before taking this course. RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. Instructor: Boni Mays W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 08-Aug 26 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 108B Page 12

13 MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 LEVEL I This course is for the absolute beginner at Microsoft Windows 7. You will learn the terminology so you know what is being talked about. You will learn the basic parts of Windows, such as icons, desktop, pointers, and copy and paste. Also included is learning to open and close programs, and opening, editing, and saving documents. An important part is learning to manage your documents, such as how to find things you have lost and how to plan your computing. RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. Instructor: Ella Wise M 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 06-Aug 24 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 108B MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 LEVEL II This course picks up where Windows Level I ends with more in-depth use of the menus and interface. You will learn to use several programs at once and find your way around inside them. Managing your documents, using a USB flash drive for storage and backup, and working with different kinds of documents is covered. This is an excellent preparation for taking the PCs Basics course. RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. Instructor: Ella Wise T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 07-Aug 25 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 108B MODERN OFFICE SOFTWARE (WINDOWS, WORD, AND EXCEL) Need a job? Working in today s business environment requires up-to-date computer skills. This course will enhance your skills in using Windows, computer word processing, and developing spreadsheets using Windows, Microsoft Word, and Excel. The employment process explores résumé writing, interviewing techniques, employee/ employer expectations, and professional image. These valuable skills will give unemployed adults the competitive edge in their job search. The class uses Office 2013, and the classwork will also apply to earlier versions of Office. (*Students who meet course objectives will receive the full Continuing Education Scholarship resulting in no tuition cost for the student.) RECOMMENDED: Bring a USB flash drive. Basic keyboarding skills required. Call for registration information. Instructor: Roger Britt M-Th 8:30am-5:00pm Jul 06-Aug 06 Fee: FREE 150 hrs CBI 108B M-Th 8:30am-5:00pm Aug 03-Sep 03 Fee: FREE 150 hrs CBI 108B SKETCHUP TRAINING SketchUp is a 3D modeling software that can be used by anyone and everyone to remodel your home kitchen or plan the layout for entire buildings! During this course, students will learn the essentials of Trimble s SketchUp ; to include creating 2D and 3D drawings, drawings to scale, photo-realistic renderings, import and export files to other CAD programs, geo-locate models to Google Earth, download existing models and components from the 3D Warehouse, use photos to create a 3D model, work with text and dimensions, use/create contours for landscapes, create section planes, basic animation/model walk-throughs, and model presentations. Supplies: Students will need to bring a laptop to download the SketchUp software. Textbook Requirement: Students will need to purchase the text, SketchUp 2015 Student Coursebook PDF for $35, ISBN: Use the discount code FTCC to receive the book for $35. Copies are available for purchase at This is a self-supporting course; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Keith Mengle Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 16-Sep 03 Fee: $75 24 hrs CEC 133 COMPTIA COMPUTER TECHNICIAN SUPPORT PROGRAMS The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) created the A+ Certification to address the need for an entry-level, vendor-neutral technician certification. This certification validates foundation-level knowledge and skills necessary for a career in PC support. Two exams are necessary to be certified: CompTIA A ; and CompTIA A These exams are updated versions of the & exams that retired on 31 August Comp- TIA A covers the fundamentals of computer technology, installation and configuration of PCs, laptops and related hardware, and basic networking. CompTIA A covers the skills required to install and configure PC operating systems, as well as configuring common features (e.g. network connectivity and ) for mobile operating systems Android and Apple ios. FTCC offers courses to help students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for the current exams. The A+ certification is the recommended starting point for most IT certification paths and is a good foundation for any IT professional s career. Many employers are now requiring this certification as a condition for employment. For more information, please visit the CompTIA Website to know more about A+ certification (http://certification.comptia.org/getcertified/certifications/a.aspx). COMPTIA NETWORK+ This course is designed to cover all topics required to prepare the student for the current CompTIA Network+ Exam (N10-005). This exam covers network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. The revised test objectives (1 Dec 2011) address virtual networking and give increased attention to network security and coverage of the seven-layer Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. This course not only helps the student to prepare for the exam in the shortest time possible, but it also helps the student gain the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a defined network architecture with basic network security. CLASS SIZE IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 15. Instructor: William Van Ewert M 8:00am-12:00N Aug 03-Sep 28 Fee: $ hrs ICD COMPTIA SECURITY+ This course will provide students with the foundation-level knowledge and security skills necessary to prepare for the current CompTIA Security+ examination (SYO-401). It will help students identify risk, to participate in risk mitigation activities, and to provide infrastructure, application, information, and operational security. In addition, the students will be able to apply security controls to maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability, identify appropriate technologies and products, troubleshoot security events and incidents, and operate with an awareness of applicable policies, laws, and regulations. CLASS SIZE IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 15. Instructor: William Van Ewert W 8:00am-12:00N Jul 22-Sep 09 Fee: $ hrs ICD COSMETIC ARTS BARBER TRAINING I This state board approved, three-part program consists of 1,528 hours of training for men and women interested in becoming entry-level barbers. Topics include theory and lab experience to prepare for the NC State Board of Licensure examination. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, barber kit, and uniforms. *NOTE: Will register three times for a total fee of $540. Please call for scholarship information. Instructor: Virginia Stinney M-Th & 8:00am-4:15pm Aug 31-Dec 17 Fee: $ hrs CEC 150 F 8:00am-12:00N PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 13

14 MANICURING AND NAIL TECHNOLOGY Nail care is one of the hottest specialties in the beauty profession today! This state-approved nail technology course develops skills in all facets of manicuring, pedicuring, nail extensions, and artificial nails. This program prepares the student for the North Carolina State Cosmetic Arts Licensing Exam. Students will be responsible for the additional cost of textbooks, manicurist kit, and uniforms. Please call for scholarship information. Instructor: Kimberly Carlton, Dari Austin M-F 5:30pm-9:30pm Jul 06-Oct 29 Fee: $ hrs TALLY M-Th & 8:00am-4:00pm Aug 03-Oct 09 Fee: $ hrs TALLY F 8:00am-12:00N NATURAL HAIR CARE Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) is now providing the program that prepares students for the licensure as a Natural Hair Specialist. (All Natural Hair Care Specialists not practicing prior to July 1, 2010 must go to school for 300 hours prior to taking the examination. Current law gives individuals until July 1, 2015 to pass the examination.) Upon completion of the 300+ hour course, students must pass the examination with a score of 75% or higher and pay the license fee to become licensed. Students will also be responsible for the cost of textbooks, kit, and uniforms. First week of day class (May 04-07) will be HRD training. Please call for more information. Instructor: Barbara Durant M-F 5:30pm-9:30pm Jul 06-Oct 29 Fee: $ hrs TALLY EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY ONLINE This course provides a basic study of the structure and function of the human body. In addition to the basic study of the body systems, students will be introduced to homeostasis, cells, tissues, nutrition, acid-base balance, and electrolytes. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of the fundamental principles of anatomy and physiology. This course is required for completion of the Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Initial. For more information, please call Instructor: TBA online online Jul 14-Sep 05 Fee: $ hrs online CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT I This course prepares graduates to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults. Emphasis is on the process of aging including mental, social, and physical needs of the elderly, patient rights, nutrition management, diseases/disorders, and human body structure and function, etc. The course includes class, laboratory, and clinical learning experience. Students must be able to read and communicate in English effectively. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund. Insurance Fee: $14.50 required to be paid at time of registration. Textbook Requirement: Mosby s Textbook for Nursing Assistants, 8 th Edition. For further information, please call PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED in the Neill Currie Building, Room 9. Registration Fee: $180. PREREQUISITES: Social security card, picture ID, high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Heart Association s Healthcare Provider CPR and cannot expire during class dates). *Please call for available dates CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT II The Nursing Assistant II course prepares graduates to perform more complex skills for patients or residents regardless of the setting. The course includes class, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and skill/competency evaluation, the graduate is eligible to apply for listing as a Nurse Aide II with the North Carolina Board of Nursing Nurse Aide Registry. In all employment settings, the listed Nursing Assistant II will work under the direction and supervision of licensed personnel. The course requires the student to comply with FTCC Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund. Insurance Fee: $14.50 required to be paid at time of registration. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED in the Neill Currie Building, Room 9. *A $50 scholarship is available! Call for details. Textbook Requirement: Custom ACP Nurse Aide II, 2 nd Edition. PREREQUISITES: social security card, picture ID, high school credentials, CPR card (must be the American Heart Association s Healthcare Provider CPR and cannot expire during class dates), current listing on North Carolina Registry as a Nursing Assistant I (cannot expire during class dates), and successful completion of a formal CNA I program. M-Th 8:00am-4:00pm Jun 15- Jul 30 Fee: $ hrs SLC 201 T,W,Th 6:00pm-10:00pm Jul 14-Oct 29 *Fee: $ hrs SLC 208 CPR-HEALTHCARE PROVIDER This five-hour class is recommended for anyone who works in a healthcare setting (RNs, EMTs, CNAs, etc.). This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. For registration information, please call Instructor: TBA W 5:00pm-10:00pm Jun 24 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Jul 08 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Jul 15 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Jul 22 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Jul 29 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Aug 05 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Aug 12 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 F 9:00am-2:00pm Aug 14 Fee: $45 5 hrs CEC 117 W 5:00pm-10:00pm Aug 26 Fee: $45 5 hrs CDPK 203 F 9:00am-2:00pm Aug 28 Fee: $45 5 hrs CEC 117 Page 14

15 EMT-BASIC (NATIONAL REGISTRY) This course provides training in the first phase of the EMT career structure. This class exceeds National Registry standards for EMT certification. Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the NC State or National Registry Certification Exam. A liability and accident insurance fee of $14.50 is due on the day of registration. For more information, please call Instructor: TBA M-Th 8:00am-5:00pm Aug 03-Sep 29 Fee: $ hrs CDPK 208 EMT-BASIC (STATE OF NC) This course provides training in the first phase of the EMT career structure. This class exceeds National Registry standards for the EMT certification. Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the NC State or National Registry Certification Exam. (Class will meet the following Saturday s 8am-5pm 7/18, 8/15, 9/19, 10/17.) Liability and accident insurance fees of $14.50 are due on the day of registration. For information, please call Instructor: TBA T,W& 6:00pm-10:00pm Jul 07-Nov 25 Fee: $ hrs CDPK 208 S 8:00am-5:00pm HYBRID EMT-INTERMEDIATE PARAMEDIC INITIAL (A) This course is offered after the completion of the Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification. The course training will consist of the use of advanced airway devices, intravenous lines, pharmacology, cardiovascular systems, and principles of electrocardiography, dysrhythmia recognition, defibrillation /pacing, communication skills, and a review of basic and advanced life support. REQUIRES PRE-REGISTRATION, CURRENT EMT-BASIC CERTIFICATION, AND HRD ASSESSMENT TESTING COMPLETED PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF CLASS. STUDENT MUST TAKE PART A (LECTURE) AND PART B (LAB / CLINICAL) AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE BOTH TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE STATE AND NATIONAL REGISTRY CERTIFICATION EXAM. This course will meet one or two day s week and require students to do a minimum amount of ten hours each week online. For more information, please call PREREQUISITE: current EMT-Basic certification COREQUISITE: EMT-INTERMEDIATE PARAMEDIC INITIAL (B), BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY Instructor: TBA M&W 8:00am-5:00pm Jun 22-Dec 09 Fee: $ hrs CDPK 207 HYBRID EMT-INTERMEDIATE PARAMEDIC INITIAL (B) This course is offered after the completion of the Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification. The course training will consist of the use of advanced airway devices, intravenous lines, pharmacology, cardiovascular systems, and principles of electrocardiography, dysrhythmia recognition, defibrillation/pacing, communication skills, and a review of basic and advanced life support. REQUIRES PRE-REGISTRATION, CURRENT EMT-BASIC CERTIFICATION, AND HRD ASSESSMENT TESTING COMPLETED PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF CLASS. STUDENT MUST TAKE PART A (LECTURE) AND PART B (LAB/CLINICAL) AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE BOTH TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE STATE AND NATIONAL REGISTRY CERTIFICATION EXAM. Students will attend Lab on Tuesday for approximately 8 weeks and then will be released to hospital and field clinical where students can coordinate their schedule on dates other than Monday and Wednesday. Liability and accident insurance fees of $14.50 are due on the day of registration. For more information, please call *Students who register for Part A may receive a full scholarship towards Part B. PREREQUISITE: Current EMT-Basic certification COREQUISITE: EMT-INTERMEDIATE PARAMEDIC INITIAL (A), BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY Instructor: TBA T 8:00am-5:00pm Jun 23-Dec 08 *Fee: $ hrs CDPK 207 PHLEBOTOMY This course prepares the student to draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood. The job of a phlebotomist includes maintenance of equipment used in obtaining blood specimens, the use of appropriate communication skills when working with patients, the selection of venipuncture sites, the care of blood specimens, the entry of the testing process into the computer, as well as clerical duties associated with record keeping of the blood tests. The course consists of theory and clinical experience in performing blood collections. Emphasis is placed on safety and proper selection of collection sites and the care of the collected specimen. Infection control is covered, as well as an explanation of various legal and regulatory issues relating to phlebotomy. Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be prepared to take the National Phlebotomy Certification Examination. The course requires the student comply with FTCC s Immunization policy. Please note that some clinical facilities require a criminal background check prior to attending clinical rotation. If a student cannot meet the criminal background check requirements, he or she will not be able to complete the program and will be dismissed from the course without a refund. An insurance fee of $14.50 is due at the time of registration. For more information, please call PREREQUISITES: Social security card, picture ID, high school credentials, and CPR card (must be the American Heart Association s Healthcare Provider CPR card and cannot expire during class dates). Students will need to bring appropriate documents listed above when they pre-register. M-Th 8:30am-4:30pm Jul 20- Sep 17 Fee: $ hrs SLC 103 M-Th 8:30am-4:30pm Jul 27-Sep 24 Fee: $ hrs CDPK 206 FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARABIC (BEGINNING) The need for Arabic linguists has never been greater! With Arabic the native language of over 200 million people living in 20 different countries, it is essential that more Americans develop and maintain linguistic and cultural expertise in order to build a better understanding of the Arab world. While there are many Arabic dialects, including Classical Arabic, this course will concentrate on a widely spoken, adapted dialect, known as Modern Standard Arabic, which is used most often in books, newspapers, on television and radio, in political speeches, and in conversation between Arabs from different countries. Once you have learned standard Arabic, it is relatively easy to adapt to a local dialect later. Instructor: Hannah Seidi T&Th 9:00am-1:00pm Jul 07-Jul 30 Fee: $70 24 hrs HTC 109 Continuing Education classes begin in different weeks and months. Check start dates to be sure you won't miss a course! PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 15

16 SPANISH (BEGINNING) Spanish is the 2nd most used language in the United States. Trying to communicate with others who do not speak your language may be difficult, but any improvement in your skills should pay off with increased business and a greater appreciation for another culture. In this course you will study grammar, conversation, and culture. It is designed for those who have Spanish-speaking customers and employees, those who anticipate doing business with Spanish speakers, or those traveling to Latin America or Spain. North Carolina and Cumberland County in particular have an ever-increasing population of Hispanic residents, and this course will provide you with an opportunity to learn basic conversational skills and gain a better understanding of Hispanic culture. Topics covered will include the alphabet and pronunciation, key words, phrases, and basic conversation. If your workplace would benefit from your ability to speak and understand Spanish, then it will be to your advantage to enroll in this course. Instructor: Ingrid Leon T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 07-Jul 30 Fee: $70 24 hrs CEC 112 Instructor: Marysol Martinez T 9:00am-1:00pm Jul 14-Aug 18 Fee: $70 24 hrs CEC 143 SPANISH (INTERMEDIATE) This is a continuation of beginning Spanish with emphasis placed on grammar and conversation. If you have taken beginning Spanish or have some background in the Spanish language, you should be comfortable with the content and pace of this class. Emphasis will be on building conversational skills to increase your ability to speak with Hispanic employees, co-workers, and friends. PREREQUISITE: Completion of Spanish (Beginning) course or equivalent experience. Instructor: Marysol Martinez M 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 13-Aug 31 Fee: $70 24 hrs CEC 112 Instructor: Ingrid Leon T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 04-Aug 27 Fee: $70 24 hrs CEC 112 HEALTHCARE/MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINING ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL OFFICE ESSENTIALS Looking for a career in the medical field? First, you need to learn the basics! Enhance your skills and gain the competitive edge as a medical office employee. Administrative Medical Office Essentials covers the essential information you need to be successful in working in a medical office. Topics include Medical Terminology, Medical Coding, and Medical Office Management. Textbooks required. Basic Keyboarding/Computer Skills are required. Call for scholarship information. Instructor: Pamela Bennett M-Th 8:30am-3:30pm Aug 03-Oct 08 Fee: $ hrs CBI 126 ASSISTING IN THE PHARMACY This is an overview to prepare students to work together with pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in community and institutional settings. The course will include the duties and responsibilities of a non-registered technical pharmacy assistant, prescription processing, patient confidentiality, inventory control, drug categories and classifications, terminology, workplace safety, and sterile and contamination procedures. Textbook Requirement: Assisting in the Pharmacy. Instructor: Lisolette McClusky M&W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 13-Aug 12 Fee: $ hrs CBI 122 CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER Begin an exciting career in health and fitness and learn the fundamentals of the personal training profession. This course will prepare students for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certification exam. Students will learn the basic principles of training including: Fundamentals of Human Movement Science, Assessments, Training Concepts and Program Design, Nutrition and Supplementation, Client Interaction and Professional Development. Six hours of CPR training are included in this class. Textbook Requirement: NASM Essentials of Personal Fitness Training, 4th Edition. (Registration $180 - Required student insurance $14.50.) Please call for scholarship information. Instructor: Tess Coates T,W,Th 9:00am-1:00pm Aug 04-Feb 17 Fee: $ hrs SLC 102 ECG MONITOR TECHNICIAN This advanced comprehensive 80-hour course is designed to prepare the students to become an ECG Monitor technician. This course teaches the student advanced anatomy and physiology of the heart, principles of EKG, Dysrhythmia recognition of all rhythms. The students will become proficient in reading and interpreting EKG s. Upon successful completion of a written and practical skill, the student will be prepared to function as a monitor technician. This will qualify the student for employment with the cardiac unit of a hospital. For more information, please call Instructor: TBA T&Th 6:00pm-10:00pm Jun 23-Aug 27 Fee: $ hrs CDPK 203 EKG TECHNICIAN This comprehensive, 48-hour course is designed to prepare the students to become EKG technicians. The course is approved by and follows the requirements of the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT), the national certification agency. Students will learn anatomy and physiology of the heart, heart disease processes, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, and function and use of the EKG machine. For more information, please call Instructor: Cathy Hester, ASPT Certified Instructor, MT (MBI) T&Th 5:00pm-9:00pm Jun 23- Jul 30 Fee: $ hrs CEC 120 M&W 5:00pm-9:00pm Jul 13-Aug 19 Fee: $ hrs CEC 120 REGISTERED MEDICAL ASSISTANT I The RMA program is a two-part course for students interested in becoming multi-skilled back office medical assistants. Insurance Fee: $15 required to be paid at time of registration. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED in the Neill Currie Building Room 8. Textbook Requirement: The Professional Medical Assistant An Integrative, Teamwork-Based Approach (Text + CD-ROM + Student Activity Manual). *A $50 scholarship is available! Call for details! PREREQUISITES: Picture ID and high school credentials. M-Th 8:00am-5:00pm Jul 06-Nov 09 *Fee: $ hrs CEC 117 M-Th 6:00pm-10:00pm Jul 06-Dec 14 *Fee: $ hrs CEC 117 Page 16

17 SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS, PART I This course is designed to introduce you to the field of chemical dependency with an overview of the counseling concepts and processes involved. Studies will include a historical perspective, the addictive process, classifications and effects of drugs, an in-depth view of the state certification process of becoming a certified Substance Abuse Counselor for North Carolina, and substance abuse prevention strategies. Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 4th Edition. Instructor: Hubert Williams T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 14-Sep 03 Fee: $ hrs HTC 143 FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS, PART II This course builds on those skills developed in Part I and includes fundamental counseling skills and relapse prevention. Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 4th Edition. PREREQUISITE: Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors Part I. Instructor: Janelle Manning T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 14-Aug 27 Fee: $ hrs HTC 109 HOW TO BECOME A SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR This seminar is designed to introduce you to the field of substance abuse counseling with an overview of the counseling concepts and processes involved. You will learn about the state certification process of becoming a certified Substance Abuse Counselor for North Carolina. NOTE: With questions regarding this class, please contact Louis Leake at Instructor: Louis Leake M 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 13 Fee: $20 3 hrs HTC 141 PHYSIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHARMACOLOGY OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE This course is being offered at the request of those completing the substance abuse fundamental skills courses. It will continue your training to become a certified substance abuse counselor or provide additional information to those already employed as substance abuse counselors. Instruction will include the varied roles drugs play in contemporary society including the historical context of drug use, misuse, and addiction. Instruction will also include an overview of cell permeability and human neuronal physiology, as well as information on how the human brain s reward system functions. Your instructor will provide information on the pharmacology of the classes of psychoactive substances and tolerance, withdrawal, and protocol for detoxification from each. Textbook Requirement: Uppers, Downers, All Arounders: Physical and Mental Effects of Psychoactive Drugs, 8th edition. Instructor: Stephanie Dixon W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 08-Aug 26 Fee: $70 24 hrs HTC 107 SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS STATE BOARD EXAM PREPARATION This course is a continuation of the Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors series and is designed for the advanced substance abuse student who has successfully completed Parts I and II and intends to sit for the NC State Boards exam. Discussions will include the application of substance abuse counseling in business, industry, and in various professions. Students will receive test prep tips for passing the State Boards Exam. NOTE: With questions regarding this class, please contact Louis Leake at Textbook Requirement: Chemical Dependency Counseling (A Practical Guide), 4th Edition. PREREQUISITE: Fundamental Skills for Substance Abuse Counselors (Part I and Part II). Instructor: Louis Leake T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Aug 11-Sep 24 Fee: $ hrs GCB 210 HOSPITALITY SERVICES-HOTEL/RESTAURANT BARTENDER TRAINING I Whether you would like to become a bartender or your goal is to expand your catering business, this course is for you. Register for this program and learn the techniques of mixing a well-balanced drink, drink recipes, creative garnishing ideas, product use, rules of sanitation, ABC laws, legal liability, as well as customer service. Supplies: Please request a supply list at registration. Students must purchase some tools. Instructor: Tonesha Bryant T&Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 21-Aug 13 Fee: $70 24 hrs CEC 146 SANITATION FOR FOOD SERVICE This course is designed to teach proper food service sanitation practices relating to food storage, food preparation, equipment cleaning, sanitary facilities, and personal hygiene. **The food service class Sanitation for Food Service Personnel sponsored by the Cumberland County Health Department does not meet the requirements for recently adopted North Carolina Food Code. Persons who may wish to attend this class will not be eligible to receive the additional two points toward their sanitation evaluation score. This class does meet all the requirements for Day Care Plans and Facilities in Cumberland County. This is a selfsupporting class; fee exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Charlisa Davis T&Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Jul 07-Jul 16 Fee: $50 8 hrs CBI 111 Instructor: Diana Blue T&Th 9:00am-11:00am Aug 04-Aug 13 Fee: $50 8 hrs CBI 111 SERVSAFE FOOD SAFETY TRAINING The restaurant and food service industry s pre-eminent food safety training, the ServSafe program is recognized and accepted by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions than any other food safety program. It prepares the industry to prevent food-borne illness, reduce liability risks, lower insurance costs, and improve food quality. Effective training means your entire operation will be more efficient, profitable, and have a better understanding of health department inspections. *ALL Food establishments are required by law to have a certified food protection manager (CFPM) at the food establishment during all hours of operation per section of the NC Food Code. In order to meet this requirement, an ANSI accredited program must be taken. Textbook Requirement: ServSafe Course Book with Online Exam. Instructor: Andrew Early M&W 5:30pm-10:00pm Jul 06-Jul 15 Fee: $70 18hrs CBI 134 M&W 5:30pm-10:00pm Aug 03-Aug 12 Fee: $70 18hrs CBI 134 PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 17

18 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT The HRD program provides skill assessment services, career exploration, professional interviewing, job application training, and résumé writing for the job seeker and career changer to help them prepare for the changing workforce. *Students may qualify for fee waivers. Qualified adults are those individuals who are unemployed, under-employed, or are working part-time. For additional information, please call CRC: CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATE EMPLOYABILITY LAB WITH KEYTRAIN This course is required for those individuals interested in taking the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) Test but anyone interested in adding to their employability portfolio which will increase their marketability in this competitive workforce is welcome to attend. Participants will take an assessment on the first day of attendance to determine their readiness for the actual CRC Test. Upon completion of the required lab hours, students will be required to pay a testing fee of $30 prior to being officially registered for the CRC Test. PRE-REGISTRATION FOR THE LAB IS NOT REQUIRED. For more information, call HRD at M-Th 8:00am-1:00pm Call for class dates. Fee: $180 open lab SLC 211 JOB SEARCH BASICS This course is designed to assist you in filling out applications properly and writing an effective resume that will highlight your skills and prepare you to become competent in any interview situation. It also covers skills assessment, career exploration, and job search strategies. This course is required to apply for employment at area plants. New classes start weekly but fill up quickly. Registration for the class at the Employment Office (DES) is done onsite on Ray Avenue. To register for all other HRD courses, please call *Call today for more information regarding a discount off the registration fee. M-Th 8:30am-2:30pm July August (weekly) *Fee: $70 24 hrs DES M-Th 8:00am-2:30pm July August (weekly) *Fee: $70 24 hrs TBA T-Th 8:00am-5:00pm July August (weekly) *Fee: $70 24 hrs TBA T-Th 5:30pm-9:30pm July August (biweekly) *Fee: $70 24 hrs TBA F-S 8:00am-5:00pm July August (weekends) *Fee: $70 24 hrs TBA Online Online July August (Online) *Fee: $70 24 hrs Online NOTE: The Job Search Basics course requires 100% attendance. Students must be present for the full 24 hours of course time. There are no excused absences. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUNDAMENTALS FOR FORKLIFT DRIVER This course is designed for inexperienced operators or operators who haven t driven for some time. The fundamentals of forklift operation will be covered in detail as well as safety concerns. This course meets the requirements for OSHA Standard 29 CFR (1). Students will gain experience in operating a lift by negotiating an obstacle course, stacking pallets, and performing other tasks. Instructor: Joe Rogers Sat 8:00am-5:00pm Jul 11-Jul 25 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 122 Sat 8:00am-5:00pm Aug 08-Aug 22 Fee: $70 24 hrs CBI 122 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINING, PART I This course is designed to give students an introduction to basic machine shop skills. Students will learn to use basic measurement tools, read blueprints, and use the lathe and milling machines. Instructor: Jack Brown T&Th 6:30pm-9:30pm Jul 14-Sep 03 Fee: $ hrs LAH 137 NFPA 70E STANDARD FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE This course provides students with information on electrical standards for safety within the workplace established by the National Fire Protection Association. Emphasis will be placed on wiring and safety regulations as they apply to low and medium voltage equipment as well as Arch Flash and Blast Hazards. This is a self-supporting class; fee-exempt status does not apply. Instructor: Frank Arnold F 8:00am-2:00pm Aug 07 Fee: $70 6 hrs CBI 124 OSHA 10-HOUR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COURSE This course provides students with a foundational knowledge of OSHA policies, procedures, and standards for Construction Safety. The course is recognized by the US Department of Labor and taught by an authorized OSHA Construction Safety Outreach Instructor. Students who pass the written examination receive certificates of completion from Federal OSHA. The course is appropriate for construction workers, site foremen safety managers and professionals, and those who have a need for a deeper understanding of current OSHA standards for their agency or company. Instructor: Bill Rinehart F 8:00am-1:00pm Jul 10-Jul 17 Fee: $70 10 hrs LAH 147 F 8:00am-1:00pm Aug 07-Aug 14 Fee: $70 10 hrs LAH 147 OSHA 10-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY COURSE This is a comprehensive course designed to prepare persons responsible for plant safety in the event of an OSHA inspection. This course is recognized by the US Department of Labor and taught by an authorized OSHA Construction Safety Outreach Instructor. It addresses safety management, hazard recognition, inspection process, required safety programs, and areas of general industry most often cited. The course will include inspections, citation and penalties, material handling, electrical, welding, means of egress, walking and working surfaces, hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, machine safeguarding, and communications. Students who pass the written exam receive Certificates of Completion from the Federal OSHA. This course is appropriate for safety and human resource professionals, line supervisors, managers, and safety committee representatives, or those who have a need for a deeper understanding of current OSHA standards for their company or plant. Instructor: Franklin Arnold M&T 8:00am-1:00pm Jul 20-Jul 21 Fee: $70 10 hrs CBI 124 T&W 8:00am-1:00pm Aug 11-Aug 12 Fee: $70 10 hrs CBI 124 Page 18

19 WELDING TECHNOLOGY (INDUSTRIAL) Designed to acquaint the student with the safety procedures and practices as well as the practical work in oxyacetylene welding and cutting, this course will focus on the fundamentals and procedures used in oxyacetylene welding and cutting, plasma cutting, electric arc welding (stick), and an introduction to inert gas welding-mig and tig. Instructor: Clyde Ferguson M&W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jul 06-Aug 26 Fee: $ hrs SLC 125 WELDING TECHNOLOGY (MIG, TIG, STICK & OXYACETYLENE) This course is designed to teach you or your apprentices the welding techniques and manipulative skills, required for each welding process. Train on state-of-the-art welding and cutting machines. Welding technique is stressed above welding theory as the students must be able to meet the welding performance demands of industry. This course is performance and safety oriented. Instructor: Ricky Yandle M-Th 8:00am-5:00pm Jul 06-Aug 13 Fee $ hrs SLC 125 M-Th 8:00am-5:00pm Aug 17-Sep 24 Fee $ hrs SLC 125 ONLINE COURSES Register at Continuing Education is proud to offer online training classes where you can learn online anytime! We encourage you to visit our Continuing Education distance learning site at to view course descriptions, technical requirements, and registration deadlines. If you are interested in taking an online course, you can register online using a Visa or Master Card! A registering student must include a current physical street address, address, and telephone number on his or her registration form. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES. Once a course begins, students may access courses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Internet access and an address are required for online courses. For additional information, please call or visit ONLINE BUSINESS COURSES A TO Z GRANTWRITING A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative course that will equip you with the skills and tools you need to enter the exciting field of grant writing! You ll learn how to raise needed funds by discovering how and where to look for potential funders who are a good match for your organization. You ll also learn how to network and develop true partnerships with a variety of funders, how to organize a successful grant-writing campaign, and how to put together a complete proposal package. This course speaks mainly to nonprofit organizations, schools, religious institutions, and municipalities seeking grants from foundation, corporate, government, and individual donors. It s also an excellent primer for individuals wishing to become grant-writing consultants or community grant-writing volunteers. No matter who you are or what level of experience you have, you ll find the A to Z of writing and submitting successful proposals here! PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00N THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE. Instructor: Ed2Go online online Jul 15-Sep 04 Fee: $70 24 hrs online online online Aug 12-Oct 02 Fee: $70 24 hrs online ACCOUNTING CLERK, PART I ONLINE Calling all individuals who are interested in learning to be an accounting professional! This course is the first course in the Online Accounting Clerk program and is for those individuals who want to qualify for entry-level positions in accounting. It is tailored to help individuals meet the demands of today s fast-paced and high-tech business environment. Learn the basic principles of accounting, while learning Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook. Books and materials are included in this online course. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online ACCOUNTING CLERK, PART II ONLINE Complete the Online Accounting Clerk program! This course is the second course in the Accounting Clerk program and is for those individuals who want to qualify for entry-level positions in accounting. It is tailored to help individuals meet the demands of today s fast-paced and high-tech business environment. In this course the student will expand his or her knowledge of the principles of accounting. The student also will train with QuickBooks, the leading small business software, using the official training program from Intuit. Books and materials are included in this online course. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Jul 13-Oct 30 Fee: $ hrs online online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, PART I ONLINE Are you interested in becoming an integral part of an office or workplace environment? This course is the first course in the Online Administrative Assistant program and is designed for individuals who want to develop the skills necessary to thrive in an office environment, especially as the support person for a business executive. Train on Microsoft Office 2007, the world s leading productivity software. Books and materials are included in this online course. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, PART II ONLINE Complete the Online Administrative Assistant program! This course is the second course in the Online Administrative Assistant program and is for those individuals who want to develop the skills necessary to thrive in an office environment, especially as the support person for a business executive. Learn about communication, customer service, and handling forms and documents (such as applications, agreements, and letters) in accordance with established policies and procedures. Books and materials are included in this online course. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Jul 13-Oct 30 Fee: $ hrs online online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE FOR CLASSES MARKED WITH SYMBOL. Page 19

20 CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE ONLINE Whether you are trying to break into a professional career or running your own business, customer service is an integral skill to have. FTCC is offering a course that addresses the challenges, duties, and required skill sets of modern-day, customer-related practices. Learn the basics of working with customers in an office environment while also learning the basics of workplace success, grammar, business correspondence, and the Microsoft Office Suite. Books and materials are included in this online course. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE START DATE. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online FTCC ONLINE ACCOUNTING CLERK Are you ready to become an integral part of a business? Are you ready to learn and implement skills that will assist in the day-to-day operations of an office? FTCC is offering a course for those individuals who want to qualify for entry-level positions in accounting. This course is tailored to help individuals learn principles of accounting and business math and put their knowledge into practice by utilizing a ten-key calculator and QuickBooks software. This course will also provide soft skills that are essential for professionalism and success in the modern office environment while reviewing the everyday functions of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook. In this course, individuals will apply their training and skills to a combination of traditional and non-traditional course assignments that are designed to reinforce accounting concepts and basic principles of office systems technology. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE. Textbook/Course Materials: Please call for more information. *The first 10 students who register for this class may receive a $50 discount off the registration fee. Instructor: Dawn Gillis online online Jul 08-Oct 27 *Fee: $ hrs online FTCC ONLINE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT Whether you are beginning your professional career, looking for a new career path, or searching for professional development, learning administrative office skills is vital! After all, the administrative staff of an office is integral to the successful daily operations of all work environments! From correspondence to maintaining detailed recordkeeping for internal and external audits, this course will give you the knowledge and skillsets to have the competitive edge in the workplace. Come learn communication and correspondence skills and gain proficiency with programs such as Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook. This course will also cover topics such as recordkeeping and soft skills that will help you succeed in the modern office setting! PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE. Textbook/Course Materials: Please call for more information. *The first 10 students who register for this class may receive a $50 discount off the registration fee. Instructor: Dawn Gillis online online Jul 08-Oct 27 *Fee: $ hrs online FTCC ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE Do you enjoy helping others? Many employers are looking for support staff who can provide quality customer service support! Are you an employer who is looking for professional development for your customer service departments or employees? If so, this course is the course for you! Whether you are looking for a new career or seeking professional development, learning customer service skills is important to your success as an employee and the success of an employer, business, or institution. From best practices in written and oral communication to problem-solving, this course will give you the knowledge and skillsets to make you an asset in the workplace! Come learn communication and correspondence skills, enhance your problem-solving techniques, and gain proficiency with programs such as Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook. This course will also cover soft skills that will help you succeed in the modern office setting and give you the competitive edge! PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE. Textbook/Course Materials: Please call for more information. *The first 10 students who register for this class may receive a $50 discount off the registration fee. Instructor: Dawn Gillis online online Jul 08-Oct 27 *Fee: $ hrs online FTCC ONLINE RECORDS CLERK Regardless of the industry, records are a vital component of a functional, efficient, and effective office environment. From keeping track of finances to tracking customer service issues, detailed records can make the difference in a good organization and a great organization. FTCC is offering a course for those individuals who want to train to be records clerks or improve their recordkeeping skills. Individuals will train in various recordkeeping systems and learn how to think critically in response to records-related issues within an office setting. This course will also provide a review of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook and train individuals to utilize these programs to improve organization and time management. In this course, individuals will apply their training and skills to a combination of traditional and non-traditional course assignments that are designed to reinforce recordkeeping concepts and basic principles of office systems technology. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE. Textbook/Course Materials: Please call for more information. *The first 10 students who register for this class may receive a $50 discount off the registration fee. Instructor: Dawn Gillis online online Jul 08-Oct 27 *Fee: $ hrs online OFFICE CLERK ONLINE Learn the basics required to successfully work in an office environment! This course provides individuals with a foundation in the basics of workplace success, grammar, business correspondence, keyboarding skills, and an introduction to the Microsoft Office Suite. Books and materials are included in this FTCC online course. Instructor: 360Training.com online online Aug 03-Nov 20 Fee: $ hrs online SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT, FUNDAMENTALS If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or want to learn how to become a more effective manager, this course will help you master the basics of business by learning the language of management. You will learn how to make a successful transition from employee to manager and you ll learn how to manage your time so that you can deal with the constant demands of a managerial job. You will learn the skills required to delegate responsibility and motivate your employees. A large part of a manager s job involves getting things done through other people, and this course will help you understand how to influence and direct other people s performance. Finally, you will learn how to solve problems and resolve conflicts so you can accomplish your job more effectively. This program/course is a good choice for those looking for project management experience and those aspiring to obtain a PMI credential. It s also an excellent choice for existing PMI credential holders looking for an approved activity for PMI s continuing certification PDUs. PRE-REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 12:00N THE DAY PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE. Instructor: Ed2Go online online Jul 15-Sep 04 Fee: $70 24 hrs online online online Aug 12-Oct 02 Fee: $70 24 hrs online BUILDING AN ETHICAL BUSINESS DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE PROFESSIONAL SALES SKILLS OTHER ONLINE BUSINESS COURSES: PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS PURCHASING FUNDAMENTALS START YOUR OWN CONSULTING PRACTICE STOCK, BONDS, AND INVESTING OH, MY! TOTAL QUALITY FUNDAMENTALS: SIX SIGMA AND MORE! Page 20

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